Retail pharmacy chain CVS Pharmacy confirmed that it will build a distribution near Kansas City International Airport. The new facility is expected to create over 360 jobs, as well as an additional 100 jobs that will be outsourced to local businesses.
“The key combination of a high-quality workforce and a centralized location will support the growing needs of our customers throughout the Midwest and beyond,” Kevin Hourican, an executive vice president with CVS Health, said in a release.
The company is scheduled to break ground in January on this $110 million project.
Read the Kansas City Business Journal’s full article here.